|Harvey J. Kaye.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||240 / 2020|
In just under three decades of public life, Franklin Delano Roosevelt rose to become one of the most compelling orators and leaders in American history. In this collection of his writings and speeches, FDR articulates his liberal and social-democratic vision for the nation, words that helped shape the Greatest Generation. Selected, annotated, and introduced here by Harvey J. Kaye, the 37 addresses include "The Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself," "A Date Which Will Live in Infamy," "Tyranny, Like Hell, Is Not Easily Conquered," and "We Have Learned to Be Citizens of the World."